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Saturday, 27 October 2012 23:11

Five Second Half Goals Propels BU

Nick Aguilar scored a goal on his senior night for Baker Nick Aguilar scored a goal on his senior night for Baker

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – After entering halftime with just a 1-0 lead, the Baker University men’s soccer team scored five goals in the second half to roll past Culver-Stockton College, 6-0, on Saturday evening at Liston Stadium on senior night.

Baker is now 7-5-4 on the year and 4-2 in the Heart of America Athletic Conference, while Culver-Stockton falls to 3-13-1 and 0-6 in the HAAC.

Aaron Meinking put the first goal on the board for Baker in the fourth minute with the assist going to Ben Coyle. Coyle was just getting started on collecting assists on the night.

After nearly 44 minutes between goals, Baker then scored in the 48th minute with a goal from senior captain Nick Aguilar.

Odaine Sinclair scored a goal on his senior night just a few minutes later to give Baker the 3-0 lead and Coyle picked up his second assist.

In the 74th minute defender Shemaiah Davis scored his first goal of the season with another assist going to Coyle his third and final of the night.

Andy Griffin captured his sixth goal of 2012 in the 77th minute with the assist coming from Amir Didic. Didic then knocked in a goal of his own in the 89th minute off of a beautiful pass from Sean McAlister.

Baker took a season high 35 shots on the night and gave up just three shots to CSC with none on goal. Brendan Allen spent all 90 minutes in goal without a save.

The Wildcats honored 11 seniors on Saturday including Allen, Richard Klein, Ethan Bauer, Nick Aguilar, Donny George, Sinclair, Jose Baquierzo, Nate Byarlay, Laeth Hamil, Josh Rydberg and McAlister.

The Wildcats will take on No. 11 ranked and first-place Missouri Valley this Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m.

STATS: Baker 6 – Culver-Stockton 0 


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